Systems biology is an emergent field focused on advancing the understanding of biological systems. By studying the relationships and interactions between various parts of a biological system, researchers hope to develop a model of the system as a whole.
The ESCHER systems biology basic tools and core technologies provide a suite of biology-inspired analytical, simulation, and visualization tools and services. These support a comprehensive software development environment that aids biological researchers engaged in building computable descriptions of cellular functions.
Links to other systems biology-related resources are provided to further aid researchers in their work and promote the findings and results of other organizations.